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Esherick Designed Larsen House Suddenly Back On The Market

Esherick Designed Larsen House Suddenly Back On The Market

Designed by renowned architect Joseph Esherick and built in 1962, the Mid-Century Modern “Larsen House” at 2610 Scott Street traded hands for the first time six months ago, having been listed for $9.75 million and fetching $11.75 million or roughly $2,525 per square foot. And yesterday, the “exquisite and... Read More »

No Movement For Former Mayor’s View Home Despite Sub-2008 Price

No Movement For Former Mayor’s View Home Despite Sub-2008 Price

Built for former San Francisco Mayor Elmer E. Robinson in 1953, the 4,800-square-foot Mid-Century home with “breathtaking views” at 100 Palo Alto Avenue was purchased for $5.625 million in April of 2008, resold for $4.6 million in early 2013, and then traded hands that July for $4.725 million. Listed... Read More »

Steel-Beamed Mid-Century Overlooking Sausalito

Steel-Beamed Mid-Century Overlooking Sausalito

Constructed with steel beams and columns in 1954, with walls of windows and a full-length deck overlooking Sausalito and Richardson Bay, the Mid-Century Modern home at 260 Currey Lane has just hit the market listed for $2,999,000. Originally designed by former SOM architect John Hoops, the interior of the... Read More »

Two Million Over Asking For Esherick Designed Pac Heights House

Two Million Over Asking For Esherick Designed Pac Heights House

Designed by renowned architect Joseph Esherick and built in 1962, the Mid-Century Modern “Larsen House” at 2610 Scott Street hit the market in Pacific Heights last month listed for $9.75 million.  And after 19 days on the market, the sale of the 4,656-square-foot home has closed escrow... Read More »

Esherick Designed Larsen House On The Market For The First Time

Esherick Designed Larsen House On The Market For The First Time

Designed by renowned architect Joseph Esherick and built in 1962, the Mid-Century Modern “Larsen House” at 2610 Scott Street has never traded hands nor been significantly tampered with.  A hallmark floating spiral staircase runs between the main and upper levels of the home, levels which are connected by an elevator... Read More »

From $4.3M To $9.5M In Fifteen Months, Inspiring Indeed

From $4.3M To $9.5M In Fifteen Months, Inspiring Indeed

As we first reported two weeks ago, the Presidio Heights home at 16 Spruce Street which was designed by architect John Bolles in 1946 and purchased for $ 4.3 million in June of 2013 returned to the market as “an inspired re-imagination of a Mid-Century modern residence” with a... Read More »

Mid-Century Gone Modern For $9.5M In Presidio Heights

Mid-Century Gone Modern For $9.5M In Presidio Heights

Purchased for $4.3 million in the middle of 2013 when marketed as “a rare opportunity for the discerning buyer,” the Presidio Heights home at 16 Spruce Street which was originally designed by architect John Bolles in 1946 has just returned to the market as “an inspired re-imagination of a... Read More »

Another View From The Heights Of The Heights And Ex-Mayor’s Home

Another View From The Heights Of The Heights And Ex-Mayor’s Home

As we wrote this past September: Custom built for former San Francisco Mayor Elmer E. Robinson in 1953, the Mid-Century home at 100 Palo Alto Avenue hit the market in March 2008 listed for $4,000,000 and closed escrow that April with a recorded contract price of $5,625,000. Returned to... Read More »

Remembering The Heights Of 2008 And 100 Palo Alto Avenue

Remembering The Heights Of 2008 And 100 Palo Alto Avenue

As we wrote this past September: Custom built for former San Francisco Mayor Elmer E. Robinson in 1953, the Mid-Century home at 100 Palo Alto Avenue hit the market in March 2008 listed for $4,000,000 and closed escrow that April with a recorded contract price of $5,625,000. Returned to... Read More »

The Height Of The Heights And An Unnamed Real Estate Tycoon

The Height Of The Heights And An Unnamed Real Estate Tycoon

Custom built for former San Francisco Mayor Elmer E. Robinson in 1953, the Mid-Century home at 100 Palo Alto Avenue hit the market in March 2008 listed for $4,000,000 and closed escrow that April with a recorded contract price of $5,625,000. Returned to the market listed for $6,400,000 in... Read More »

An Ex-Mayor’s Mid-Century Clarendon Heights View Manse Returns

An Ex-Mayor’s Mid-Century Clarendon Heights View Manse Returns

In March 2008 the Mid-Century Modern Clarendon Heights home at 100 Palo Alto Avenue built for former San Francisco Mayor Elmer E. Robinson in 1953 hit the market asking $4,000,000. It ended up closing escrow with a recorded contract price of $5,625,000. And while we don’t believe it’s been... Read More »

Two Well Designed Data Points We Wouldn’t Dismiss Out Of Hand

Two Well Designed Data Points We Wouldn’t Dismiss Out Of Hand

Purchased for $1,126,000 in 2005, remodeled and returned to the market for $1,195,000 in June of 2008, the Henry Hill home at 2209 9th Avenue was withdrawn without selling in July. Back on the market today and listed for $995,000. We can’t call it an “apple” for a couple... Read More »

Forget The Rock Star Lifestyle, Anybody Want To Live Like A Mayor?

Forget The Rock Star Lifestyle, Anybody Want To Live Like A Mayor?

According to a plugged-in tipster, “the custom built 1953 Clarendon Heights home of Mayor Robinson is hitting the MLS tomorrow.” 100 Palo Alto Avenue offers huge views to both the north and east, and sits on “the highest elevation residential street in the city” (a claim we... Read More »